The team's professional debut

RW-2 was the first real attempt at a street-racing machine. Compared to RW-1, it was a completely new design, tailor-made for competing at the Isle of Man TT Zero and only the Isle of Man. In addition to complete powertrain upgrades, the team also began creating custom-designed electrical hardware and software, like battery management and datalogging systems, giving the team a platform for upgrade and refinement for years to come.

This year was also the first year in a long and flourishing relationship with Robert Barber, an Isle of Man veteran with countless races under his belt. Having gotten in touch with Rob before the race, he volunteered to ride for us and led us to a  third place finish in our debut international professional racing competition. In addition to beating numerous teams with budgets 100x ours and placing on the podium, the team also received two awards specifically commending us for our technological prowess: the University Prize and the Motul Award for Technical Performance.

Peak Torque

Peak Power

Pack Capacity

Frame 2004 Honda CBR1000RR, Cast Aluminum, Twin Spar
Swingarm 2004 Honda CBR1000RR, Cast Aluminum
Motor Mount Custom, Aluminum Plate
Rear Subframe Modified 2004 Honda CBR1000RR Rear, Cast Aluminum


Manufacturer Enstroj
Model EMRAX 228MV
Peak Power 100 kW
Continuous Power 55 kW
Peak Torque 240 Nm
Continuous Torque 125 Nm
Weight 12.3 kg
Motor Controller:
Manufacturer Tritium
Model Wavesculptor 200
Max Voltage 450 VDC
Max Current 300 ARMS
Peak Power 165 kW
Continuous Power 107 kW
Weight 8.5 kg
Battery Pack:
Cell Format Prismatic
Peak Pack Current 200 A
Peak Pack Voltage 450 V
Pack Energy 14.4 kWh
Cell Chemistry NMC / Graphite
Weight 121 kg


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